Flashcards in ch 14 Deck (20)
the legal process by which a person is detained after serving a sentence due to concerns that they will commit further crimes
permits the public release of specific information about sexual offenders
the creation of a publicly accessible state website listing info about known sex offenders
adam walsh child protection and safety act
amendments to community based sex offender management
an ontario provincial sex offender registry
what are the 2 sex offender registries in canada?
national sex offender registry and sex offender information registration act
the proportion of sex offenders that will commit another offence
what does a survival curve measure?
the time at which released sex offenders reoffend
predict reoffence and do reoffend
predict reoffence and do not reoffend
predict no reoffence and do reoffend
predict no reoffence and do not reoffend
what did a meta-analysis of sex offender recidivism show?
recidivism rates decrease in frequency over time
individual characteristics associated with risk of reoffending that are rapidly changing such as mood
acute dynamic factors
an assessment and rehabilitation theory that suggests it is possible to accurately predict the likelihood that someone will reoffend and provides principles on how to reduce the risk
warrant expiry date
an option to detain a sex offender until the very end of their sentence with no statutory release
a community prohibition order including conditions to monitor and limit a released sex offender's activity
3 therapy techniques used to treat sex offenders
cognitive behavioural therapy, relapse prevention, and good lives model
what is the intention of relapse prevention techniques?
to help identify, anticipate, and cope with triggers that may lead to potential reoffence